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AFTER

(1) Anistreplase Following Thrombolysis Effect on Reocclusion.
(2) Aspirin/Anticoagulant Following Thrombolysis with anistreplase (Eminase) in Recurrent Infarction. A trial comparing major acute cardiac events (MACE) rates in patients managed with aspirin or anticoagulation (anistreplase) post-thrombolysis for acute MI.
Primary endpoint 1 month, 3 month MACE
Conclusion No differences in MACE between aspirin and anistreplase; severe bleeding or stroke was greater with anistreplase.
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Sheila's maiden name was Brook and she worked at her father Thorp Brook's family grocer's shop near the bottom of Dunford Road at the time of the accident and witnessed its aftermath. The shop is now the The Gonzo Bar.
Self-blame and guilt appear to dominate when midwives and obstetricians struggle to cope with the aftermath of a traumatic childbirth, which was a consistent finding regardless of time since the event," said Ms.
Aftermath is based on an unpublished essay by Dworkin.
They added: "The report will say that we really did make a mess of the aftermath. It will be absolutely brutal for Straw."
The Aftermath Dislocation Principle (ADP) is a post-riot landscape created in miniature by acclaimed artist Jimmy Cauty - co-creator of chart-topping band The KLF.
Many professors cancelled their scheduled classes in the aftermath of the fire.
Part of the "Emerging Civil War Series" designed to make the history of the American Civil War accessible to readers of all backgrounds, The Aftermath of Battle: The Burial of the Civil War Dead examines how the remains of those who fell in the battles of the Civil War were treated.
He said that Pakistan would try to use its own resources to help victims of the devastating earthquake.Answering questions asked by Geo News just before his departure, the prime minister said he would personally look after all the matters relating to the earthquake's aftermath. "It's sad and devastating.
"Waterloo: The Aftermath" by Paul O'Keeffe is a dramatic and documented account of the aftermath of the battle of Waterloo that employs a multiplicity of contemporary sources and viewpoints to create a reading experience that brings into focus as never before the sights, sounds, and smells of the battlefield, of conquest and defeat, of celebration and riot.
When something happens (usually something bad), we talk about what comes later as the aftermath.
THE AFTERMATH OUR yearly pilgrimage is due once more We make the train journey to those gates once more.